Festo Names Wolf Solutions a New Distributor

Festo continues to expand product stocking capabilities and application expertise closer to customers with its new Regional Service Center in Mason, Ohio, and by adding excellent distributors such as Wolf Solutions

HAUPPAUGE, NY, March 22, 2017 ― Festo today named Wolf Solutions to distribute automation products in Oklahoma and Texas. Festo is one of the worlds leading suppliers of pneumatic and electric motion actuation components and subassemblies.


Wolf Solutions, a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business in Krum, TX, has been in business three years. The company offers customers extensive industrial automation and project management experience by employees dedicated to providing customer service.

"Wolf Solutions is a distributor of a wide variety of automation parts and solutions," said Dustin Greene, President. "We work together with customers and high quality suppliers such as Festo to make our customers efficient and profitable."

For more information on Festo, call 800-993-3786 and visit http://www.festo.us. Wolf Solutions can be reached at 866-552-6405 and https://www.wolf-solutions.us.


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About Festo
Festo is a leading manufacturer of pneumatic and electromechanical systems, components, and controls for process and industrial automation. For more than 40 years, Festo Corporation has continuously elevated the state of manufacturing with innovations and optimized motion control solutions that deliver higher performing, more profitable automated manufacturing and processing equipment.

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